The knot tying process can unfortunately become a daunting task for a handful of anglers. If you are one of those folks who hates even thinking about tying a new knot, you’re in luck! Master Blaster Angling Inc. introduced The Knot Kneedle Elite, a versatile 20+ knot tying tool for novice to advanced anglers alike. Need a Hand? This tool is perfect for those who… Read More »Master Blaster Angling Inc. Introduces The Knot Kneedle Elite – 20+ Knot Tying Tool
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Just about every fisherman out there is familiar with the saying, “never leave fish to find fish.” I live religiously by this common sense fishing advice. It’s saved my butt many days on the water guiding, and keeps me from straying away from productive water when I find myself being drawn away to fish other spots upstream that look great. Always remember that fly fishing… Read More »Fly Fishing, Always Have a Plan B
This week’s RIO Fly Fishing Tip is a great little tip that shows how to quickly change fly lines when you are in a pontoon … The post Quickly Change A Fly Line in A Pontoon Boat appeared first on Moldy Chum.
How many times have you been trout fishing and spotted a big trout positioned down and across stream of you feeding? I know I’ve seen it plenty of times on the water, and it always seems like those fish are always positioned just out of reach for me to get a regular cast and drag-free drift over them. Right before my fly reaches the fish,… Read More »Better Down Stream Presentations & Drifts
It’s your lucky day. You’ve somehow managed to get away from your busy work schedule and find time to spend a few days fly fishing for beautiful cutthroat trout out west. You’ve brought several trout to hand fishing a series of S-bends, and you feel like a hero. Life is good, right? Unfortunately, the hot fishing is about to slow significantly as you round the… Read More »How to Fly Fish Straight Sections of Trout Water
About ten years ago, I embarked on my first international saltwater fly fishing trip, with a couple Texas boys I’d previously met while chasing peacock bass in the Amazon. The saltwater trip took place down in Mexico, specifically the Ascension Bay area. Our primary target fish were bonefish but we kept a constant lookout for permit and tarpon. The two born and raised Texas boys… Read More »3 Ways to Improve Your Fly Casting on the Flats
Does this look familiar? Just about every angler has created this tangled artwork at some point, some more than others. I’m pretty good at untangling knots because I get more practice than the average angler from my guiding, but even this one required me to break out a fresh leader and completely re-rig. If you find yourself untangling knots more than you’re fishing, try fixing… Read More »How to Stop the Dreaded Fly Fishing Birds Nest
I’m sure we can all agree when we started fly fishing, we thought the further we cast the better chance we have to catch fish. That is not always the case as accuracy and presentation are much more important. But there are situations where longer casts are necessary. In this tips and tricks video of the week, Pete Kutzer of the Orvis Company demonstrates how… Read More »How to Add Distance to your Cast
There’s plenty of other fishing knots out there that have better knot strength than the Uni-Knot, but that shouldn’t be the only factor you look at when you’re choosing what knot to use on the water. Reliability, how quick and easy it is to tie, type of rig your fishing, and functionality should all be weighed into the equation when deciding on knot choice. The… Read More »5 Reasons Why I use the Uni-Knot for Trout Fishing
Svend Diesel shares the best way to store your Krystal flash. The post Fly Tying Tips: Storing and Accessing Krystal Flash appeared first on Moldy Chum.